Photography Do You Think That You Were Dreaming May 20, 2018 / 17 Comments May 2018 Sharing is caring...EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
Wonderfull picture,I love the pictures of landscapes in mountains.
This looks like a burnt farmland or could it just be the colour used. All the same its an awesome photo and well taken too.
The subject is the root. The background is the trees. I love this shot. The subject is isolated.
When I look at the picture, I see the kind of place i see in my dream..like a virtual land of some sort..I don’t know how you managed to capture this place like this but the truth is,staring at it makes me peer back at my dreams…
This kind of picture reminds me of the life that I want to have. A simple life living away. from the city.
It’s great thing to relax in the forest. It’s calming, though on films it’s the place where bodies were dumped.
Can this place be a camp land where quietness reigns supreme. You really have rare shots in your collections.
We always see places like these in our dreams. Some are real and most are figurative. I always lean towards the figurative meaning of dreams as suppose to real places.
I love your nature shots. You bring out the best of nature with your photos.
I really like this terrain. It would be perfect for a nature walk.
Amazing level of detail on the foreground! You are a maestro with the camera!
It’s interesting how this root has grown. Nature never ceases to amaze 🙂
The ground here looks so fertile. It would be very ideal for some farming.
Nature preserving itself at est. I used to wonder and imagine how the roots are able to spread all across so discretely when i was younger.
I love how you caption your photograph. This photo looks amazing. Great job!
Its actually like I am dreaming. Such scenes as this are rare to come by with this global warming.
Wow awesome caption i love how you elaborate things that one can’t take a moment and grasp but with the picture we just see the beauty. Yes i actually think that am dreaming through the expression of the picture.